"A Night To Remember"
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Guy Broady, Yvonne Daniel, Big George, Burke Johnson, Martha Jean the Queen, Irene Johnson Ware
Radio/Music Career Artist of the Year
Community Service Artist of the Year
Radio Media Specialist Award
Harry Lyles – Lyles Media Group
Lifetime Media Achievement Award
Joe Madison “The Black Eagle” of the Madison Show
Special Black Radio Original 13 Award Presentation
Given by Jill Gibson Bell for
Dorothy Brunson Family, Marshall Thompson the Chi-Lites Willie Martin “Perculator”
African American Radio Promoter Award
Ted Astin, Arlinda Garrett, Leroy Little
African American Station Owner Award
Mutter Evans, The Davis Group, Roscoe Miller
Community Service Personality Award
Derrick Chatman, Monica Pearson
Talented Sisters of Radio Award
Carol Blackmon, Shirley Ellis, Renee Miller
Talented Brothers of Radio Award
Mitch Faulkner, Bill Gay, Doug Steele
Gospel Radio Personality Award
Twanda Black, Melissa Summers, Larry Tinsley
Hip Hop Radio Personality Award
Dncredible Freddie Fred, Ryan Cameron, Greg Street
House Music Pioneer Award
Bobby Holiday, Requaya Ward
National Terrestrial Talk Radio Award
Derek Boazman, Joyce Littel
These outstanding inductees join the ranks of those who were inducted in the 2019 National Black Radio Hall of Fame held in Atlanta. The National Black Radio Hall of Fame located in St. Louis, Mo. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable non-profit organization established in 2010 to recognize and acknowledge the countless contributions of personalities and pioneers to African American Radio Nationally. Our facility is located in the beautifully remodeled “Big Picture School” and consists of:a museum that showcases memorabilia, exhibits, and displays honoring personalities who developed and shaped Black Radio Nationally.
An outreach component offering educational and scholarship programs that connect communities to increased higher learning opportunities through radio’s rich and dynamic past. Special events and an annual induction ceremony honoring and enshrining Radio Personalities who have contributed to Black radio in National.
In April of 2016 we began to branch out the structure of our entity and have changed the name of the organization to The National Black Radio Hall of Fame which anticipates serving thousands of participants as more are reached in targeted populations participating on an out-of-state basis.
This business plan leads the way of the organization by establishing our vision and strategic focus: promoting the historical perspective of African Americans in National Radio to our target market segments and providing opportunities to learn about the past performance and highest achievement in National Radio. It also provides the step-by-step plan for: developing ongoing fundraising, achieving organizational sustainability, and strengthening the organization's overall capacity.
Contact: Marsha Washington George